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intervals and the eastern europe would never in a new job you have had so many of the clubs the not the nice and europe and this is part of this is going the round of to of to the cup in the different continents of that map and talking of innovations there's no such technology as well we now have be are and i think you've always had your own particular views about technology how do you think that they are has had an impact on this while competing is a positive thing to think it's a negative thing by same it is it is not yet totally and ready to be introduced in a vote because the we are. would be good if the. knowledge say the referees did the television referees should always be just same group. because now they change every match and you know in the referee. according to their also think game it is always said if in the old pinion of
terrific in the opinion of today if there is no one the filo sophie to approach with a severe and this must be it is new speed prove it because now there are some doubts . led seeing that in the future it will not create problems but in my opinion it was too early to go with to be a are directly into the world so you decide this is your eleventh world cup but now you are taking more of a society back steps since twenty fifteen what kind of thinking even if you've been doing have you been able to have more time just what kind of thing you assess have been doing in his time off and said presume that suspended and so therefore it was not an easy time for made still not the easiest but i have pretty clearly cooper read it all that. a certain time and said shall i be sad no i'm not sad. i'm not so happy but what's. i have rooftop in football during the forty one years
to develop the game and to travel to more than two hundred countries and to see whole football is becoming more than kicking the ball and the football is going into the economy it is a big economy matter and then also now football touching the politics and then i am vocal on that working on geopolitics i am working with this the influence of sport was also sixteen years member of the of the i.o.c. and so therefore i come for a little bit as usual politics and to see the impact of football football should not be dominated by politics and should the football should help perhaps to stall political problems but let's go back to the game and let's go back to it all those matches that are coming out which is that we've looked at the opening for there being fixtures there we looked at the results i mean do you think that let's
get a prediction who do you think is going to win the world cup the winner of to find him after i know it is it is said it's easy to say that but you see already at the very beginning of one of the big teams of those then the depending if they finish first in the group or not then every single change there are because it is a plan which has been established the number one should always win but if he is not the case then all the or the possible solutions are now and. all of the russian agent match was held in st petersburg the biggest celebrations biffing in the capital mosco many foreign funds adopted the russian team as their own for the night goes down off with the monks the rest of. that central moscow has gone off the rails three one is ever. thing russian fans
could ever wish for in this game but the most insane part about the situation in the russian capital right now is that this is not even the main flashpoint the country stumble over there was but tonight it doesn't matter if you can hear a chance to russia russia and people. live there are demanding i see advice dancey i believe people who are lying it's the only way to have the pieces thank you everybody needs a celebration full of russians this is where the russian capital comes to celebrate thank you ok thank. you oh ok you. know it was a group to secure america our heroes. took the what's happened where was first day
five zero zero where it was either the rushers killers who have a bar of the beach. who are you cheering for is it brazil is it russia who are you cheering who are larger than other groups are. cheering for both brazil as their home country and russia is this amazing country that is doing this amazing unforgettable quote bruce. was. i was. thinking it's the summer start of the incredible atmosphere in moscow last night for russia fans will pretty much know if a certain way that teams through to the knockout stages the for today stay between found the rapier and euro why a win at all all to. there you are why is the only it's made it on the radio won't
give it back although of course both are playing today on iran and spain iran currently top the group b. off the face in morocco spain has just one point off the drawing plans for to go on the world cup co-host joy as they move radio shared his thoughts on the coming not . playing in the scene. as a very experienced coach with multiple. experiences in in world cup. paul does the spain spain i would say that as we play is that i'm not selected for the world cup would be also a candidate for big things as amazing it is. that potential so i sing spain but i really have the two wrong we'll be at sixty in a way where they're going to create some little problems.
like for many years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch to the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money to kill you know a loan to spend spend be true to the twenty million. it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy like great so what chance with. going to. after three years of conflict it has been estimated that out of a population of twenty seven point four million twenty two point two million people
in yemen are in need of humanitarian assistance so why are the u.s. and u.k. so committed to the saudi u.a.e. war on your. welcome back let's bring you up to speed on the world news headlines now the u.s. has announced it's leaving the u.n. human rights council secretary of state mike pompei and other u.s. officials castigated the international body accusing it of hypocrisy and political bias. the president wants to move the ball forward from day one his cold institutions are countries who say one thing and do another and that's precisely the problem with the human rights council as president trump said at the u.n. general assembly there's
a massive source of embarrassment to the united nations that some governments with the greatest human rights records sit on the human rights council for too long to human rights council has been a protector of human rights abusers and a cesspool of political bias for a long time we've heard the trumpet ministrations speak highly critically of the united nations and specifically the un human rights council but now we have the dramatic move of the usa officially withdrawing from the un human rights council not being a member of this body that it's been a long critical of now we've heard from mike pompei o secretary of state and he specifically cited criticism of israel by the un human rights council as a reason for the usa withdrawing from the council's continued and well documented bias against israel is unconscionable. since its creation the council has adopted more resolutions condemning israel against the rest of the world combined now israel has thanked the united states for their move withdrawing from the council
and there have been widespread reactions from elsewhere the secretary general would have much preferred for the united states to remain in the human rights council the un's human rights architecture plays a very important role in the promotion and protection of human rights worldwide and now we've heard from the executive director of human rights watch mr kenneth roth he responded saying quote the trumpet administration's withdrawal is a sad reflection of its one dimensional human rights policy defending israeli abuses from criticism takes precedence above all else he went on to say other governments will have to redouble their efforts to ensure that the council addresses the world's most serious human rights. concerns un human rights council has been quite critical of the united states in a few areas there has been a recent report on poverty in the united states saying that government policies by the u.s. government have not been addressing the economic rights of the population there
have also been concerns widely expressed about the treatment of migrants in the united states most recently regarding the issue of the separation of families along the u.s. border from there we have heard from the president of the u.n. human rights council and he said that the u.s. withdrawal is a topic that should be explicitly discussed by the council we did hear from nikki haley the u.s. ambassador to the united nations and she said that the usa would be continuing to push an agenda of human rights around the world however they would no longer be participating in the un body and i was just mentioned america's own human rights record is being called into question on a number of occasions recently donald trump's pick for the cia director gina hospital brought to the fore the issue of alleged torture and the bush administration has one of the secret overseas prisons run by the cia when terrorist suspects were reportedly tortured a month the u.s. envoy to the un nikki haley has previously said that no human rights violator
should sit on the un human rights council. being a member of this council is a privilege and no country who is a human rights violator should be allowed a seat at the table well earlier we spoke to ramsey rudolph and editor of the palestine chronicle he thinks the us leaving the council is actually a good thing. since trump has been in power the u.s. has further cemented its policy of isolation that isolationism of donald trump did not just reach the council but also other international institutions and other american commitments under international law the paris group of corps and so forth and so on now i think they've just basically decided to do what's in my opinion is a positive thing remove themselves entirely from the human rights council and see it's a positive thing in this is that the u.s.
presence in these institutions has only served to target its enemies and to protect its own interests. palestinian family has been prevented from entering a public swimming pool in the southern israeli city of gatt the reason that was given was that they are not residents of the city we spoke to the family who think it has more to do with their religion. you know that. it was a holiday and we wanted to go out we called the polling period got and they said we can come when we got there someone went out of the office and told us that no one can get inside today except for the residents of korea get young people who are in front of us arabs as well said what do you mean you said we could come in why are you saying no now and i realized that this all happened just at the time when my wife with her headscarf came in that was the moment when he decided not to let anyone in for eleven years i've been working on different projects bringing
together jews and arabs and creating conditions for a joint life here for our future and it was sad i don't understand why they make a difference between jews and arabs we're all children of adam yes we have different religions but we are all people as i was so upset when they didn't let us in i felt that it was racist i feel that we arabs are a minority here we are outcasts well that's a similar case in a small israeli village of mud the public swimming pool there allegedly has an undeclared rule separate hours for jews and bedouins the regional council told is that it's the bedouins who asked for separate hours blaming them for the tensions it also says the request was made on religious grounds locals though are divided over whether such a policy is right. it shouldn't be like this and i think this is swimming pools should be boycotted and no one needs to go to the swimming pool if the bliss is simply that it. is equal full both of the sides i think it's quite ok this is he
has many people living in here this is very very long to tell people what they should do and shouldn't do people need to leave clearly without anyone telling them when and where they need to go where they can go to these letters between the jews and the business disability is an event in this industry while israeli and paste have already called for the practice to be ended saying it violates an anti discrimination and all. well we'll be back at the top of the hour the latest in world news and of course all the latest on the case of ok stay with us for that.
after three years of conflict it has been estimated that out of a population of twenty seven point four million twenty two point two million people in yemen are in need of humanitarian assistance so why are the u.s. and u.k. so committed to the saudi u.a.e. war on yemen. zia says hon in kentucky the. cold war was moved from voices you were going to three families where you only. need. a co
money so she was going to snow cone mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal mines of said. that it was a lot of these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. this is borne by us broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. i'm far children thank you for hanging out with us the free shit coming up today we
have spoken on the program about the media merger madness and it continues but today we look beyond the legalities and to the bottom lines of the companies the c.e.o. and founder of the stocks are mode joins us for some of the most intelligent insight you'll get anywhere plus new information about ethical lapses by members of president trump's cabinet including his secretary of commerce wilbur ross says circuit surface that is not good r.t.s. alex's pile of it gives us the details i'm trying to gen we take a look at real estate in the city of london as chinese and hong kong investors have slowed down their buying from some of the huge highs not long ago our chief correspondent lisa ali tells us why someone. now let's get to the stories topping today's financial and business has president donald trump less than ten days after he insulted the canadian prime minister justin trudeau labeling him very dishonest and weak has insulted yet another allied leader this time it's general german
chancellor angela merkel whom mr trump criticized related to immigration policies tweeting that quote the people of germany are turning against their leadership and stating that crime is quote way up in the country as a factual note the president is wrong in fact last year germany experience the lowest level of crime in twenty five years mr trump's comments clearly fall in our relatively new category of presidential misbehavior news and that mr trump himself has allowed a u.s. immigration officials the u.s. immigration officials to crudely separate children from immigrant paragould parents illegally trying to enter the united states which has justly garnered opposition from democrats and members of his own republican party and hundreds of religious leaders a rally in opposition to the trump administration policy is set for june thirtieth a couple of blocks away from here in washington d.c. yesterday audio recordings of crying children were released and heighten the strong
hostility to the policy which to date has separated more than two thousand children from their parents when they are kept in prison like confinement canales evoking images of ghastly internment in japanese of japanese americans during world war two and and late breaking news reported by mcclatchy the trumpet ministration has likely a lost lost six thousand children who knows what this means we just read the story but we'll have more on this in the coming days but what a repugnant and monstrous moral molé the trump administration has brought upon the united states and there is also news on this story is the business round table in the u.s. chamber of commerce have both come out in opposition to the policy of taking children from their parents. the chamber's president and c.e.o. tom donahue published an official blog for the group titled separating children from families must end now donohue wrote quote let that sink in for a second our government is forcibly separating children including toddlers from
their parents and sending them to detention facilities as a means of sending a message and influencing congress cisco systems c.e.o. chuck robins who chairs the business around tables immigration committee said in a statement the practice is cruel and contrary to american values good on those folks the two groups joined a chorus of critics that also included the united nations high commissioner for human rights who yesterday said quote the thought that any state would seek to deter parents by inflicting such abuse on children is unconscionable you bet big time what more on this in the coming days and specifically on the economics and business m packed of u.s. immigration policy. and in the latest presidential pronouncement on trade donald trump has threatened to impose additional tariffs another two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china if china does not make one specified changes in their trade policies last friday mr trump and out fifty billion dollars of tariffs
on chinese goods provoking china to retaliate financially and rhetorically white house trade advisor in china hardliner peter navarro served as hype man for the threat telling reporters china has more to lose in the trade war. and big news on the financial crime beat and this time the alleged perp is j.p. morgan chase the u.s. banking giant will pay sixty five million dollars to the c f.t.c. my old agency the commodity futures trading commission to settle charges that j.p. made false reports from two thousand and seven two thousand and twelve in order to manipulate a key interest rate benchmark to see if he alleges that j.p. manipulated the u.s. dollar international swaps and derivatives association fix. already is the fix by quote bidding offering in executing transactions and targeted interest rate products at the time of day when the rate was being set see if the season for us mint director put the fines in the context of other rate rigging cases such as
those surrounding the london interbank offered rate or live or fifty c. is now levied total of six billion dollars in fines in interest rate rigging cases and we covered this story about a federal judge who recently approved a t.n.t.'s purchase of time warner for eighty five eighty five point four billion dollars before the ink was dry on the judge's decision comcast made an all cash sixty five billion dollar offer to purchase to purchase twenty first century fox but fox already had an offer from does the now disney expected to increase their fifty five billion dollars stock offer with a little bit of cash added how will the bottom lines of these companies be impacted what might it mean for consumers and shareholders here to help us through it all as the founder and c.e.o. of the stock swoosh the always insightful and ever delightful melissa are more or less a thank you again for being with us when we look at what a happy and time warner currently own it's pretty incredible i mean with a t. and t.
there is direct t.v. cingular wireless all the phone companies like bell south southwestern bell and mirror attack among many others that i i can't recall and and with time warner there is that flagship time magazine of course warner communications the music and the cable that goes with it and then turner broadcasting think c.n.n. plus the old school america online much much value is there so melissa what's going on with the companies and their stocks and what would a new merged company look like from a bottom line perspective. well the media landscape is definitely changing that's interesting because you had like you said these phone companies like eighteen nineteen telecommunication companies now all of a sudden they're in the real money the big big money everyone seen on the writing on the wall is for content it's creating content and it's controlling the content and then charging to view the content and so all of these companies are trying to compete with the likes of netflix which is controlling the content as far as creating it and then airing it for people at
a very cheap price because if you sign up for netflix you can pay fifteen twenty bucks a month and then watch brand new shows so the writings on the wall where these companies are feeling the pressure that they have to get in eighteen to stop right now is down time warner looks great since this deal broke and since the news came out that stock has really got a lift but eighteenth the stock is down obviously this is going to cost an enormous amount of money for this takeover but it's really changing the media landscape and look for fewer and fewer companies in the future as you were discussed about all the bids that are out for that because probably disney is going to put another bid out against comcast i don't think disney is necessarily going to let this go well let's talk about that a little bit. as we sort of pining for twenty first century why would be such a good get. fox is a great guy and it's a good question and here's why because of the studios because of creating the content because of twenty first twenty first century fox the movies that they've
created the studios in california or she huge money in that so they want to own those studios to be able to create even more content and they want to get bigger and bigger and bigger and i'm going to be honest with you i think disney and fox is a good it's a good partnership you think about the simpsons that's on fox disney would own the simpsons franchise then i mean it's just seems like a perfect fit but contrast once a piece of that they put in an enormous bid over the price of what disney was offering and we haven't heard from disney yet this just happened last week at any day now we could hear something back from this the i don't think it's going to stand where it's at right now this stock right now today had up over f o x a is the stocks tumble ahead up over forty five dollars a share this could go to fifty dollars a share before all is said and done or even over that everything is shaken out here . pretty incredible i think folks were thrown up on the screen to look at that number going up and up it's a pretty amazing ok let's talk about does the as
a standalone melissa as theme parks go ticket prices are over twenty percent what they were five years ago and it's about one hundred bucks on average per day one hundred twenty during the holidays and peak times and disney just announced that this friday a day before the new picture appear attraction opens that the california location for a mere two hundred ninety nine dollars you can get a sneak peek a day before plus that incredible two movies just came out last weekend and i guess you can tell who has a little one around the house and it opened at number one making one hundred eighty million dollars over the weekend but in the aggregate more so how is does the doing . disney stock is doing great again they got a lift from the news that when it came through before initially when they bid for fox the stock got a lift and even the stock looks great now it's in an uptrend it's not that far off the highs disney has really been capitalizing on this idea of creating new new creatures new movies new content new things to interest people disney has always
done a great job with that with creativity now they want to expand they're going to own more of who they're going to i think sixty percent of hulu if this box a big goes through which is a big deal because you can watch content through hullo but also disney is pulling all of their programming for you to watch off of netflix by the end of this year so that's a big deal to disney's see is again the right in the wall for viewing shows not only through television and movies but also in the internet and disney wants to control more of that charging for to view it on their or programming and that's why it is it is a good deal to buy to buy fox and they can again have the studios be able to create even more movies and pictures and that's where the money is so they can charge those prices to get to express more interested to get at the parks or they have the characters they have the parades with the characters they make all the theme park and the rides with the characters that's what disney does really well so people pay for it they're following the money i want to look at. how they're doing how do you start doing that stock is down to it's very interesting the stocks that are trying
to take over these companies with the exception of disney are down so eighteen team which is taking over time warner stock is down stock going to down trying time warner's up you have comcast that stock is down stock is a down trend since they put the bid in it's still down compared to disney disney is the only stock that put a bid in for another one of these multimillion companies that is up in the chart up in the price since all this news came out disney looks great this is a buy expect to see to come back with something to compete against comcast for that but i'll tell you one quick thing bart before we go all of this. it's going to mean less and less companies in the future of the companies are going to get bigger and fatter and bigger but as a consumer don't necessarily think that you're going to get to to pay less it's going to be where the fact is you have two or three big huge mega don companies and you they may be trying to present price gouge people or control the content so from a consumers for.